Buckles-Smith Hosted Event
Cybersecurity Solution: Security Posture Survey
April 8 | 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Our Industrial Cybersecurity Solution webinar is on April 8th from 11:00a-12:00p PT, and you can register easily through our Zoom Webinar landing page. We hope to see you there!
Introducing the Claroty Industrial Cybersecurity solution
Ten years ago, Operational Technology (OT) attacks resulted from human error and insider hacking. Today, OT attacks are targeted and designed to damage critical infrastructure, stop production, and interrupt essential processes. OT attacks are increasing and are invisible to Information Technology (IT) Security. As more processes move toward digital transformation, the need for a reliable, resilient, and comprehensive cybersecurity solution is crucial. How can you ensure your network is secure when IT and OT don’t communicate? Are you vulnerable to third-party applications hosted on your network? Does your company have a disaster recovery plan after a cyber-attack occurs?
Although it sounds daunting and like a huge undertaking, we will demonstrate that the solution to complete network security already exists. With Claroty, industrial cybersecurity is simple. The largest enterprises trust Claroty because Claroty understands that assets in industrial environments are hard to detect, hard to manage, and even harder to secure. Claroty created the leading industrial cybersecurity platform to address our connected world’s pain points, and their ecosystem integrates seamlessly into existing infrastructures.
As a top industrial automation vendor, Rockwell Automation invests in, partners with, and trusts Claroty to evaluate and improve their products’ security. As an authorized service provider, Claroty partners with Rockwell Automation to provide a complete solution with the added benefit of access to Rockwell Automation support teams. As Buckles-Smith customers, we will guide you through your cybersecurity journey.
At this point, you may be wondering:
- What is the first step in assessing my network vulnerabilities?
- Is the Claroty solution cost-efficient?
- Does Claroty have experience working with my industry vertical?
- Will the Claroty platform integrate seamlessly into my existing tech stack?
- Can I see a demonstration of the platform to understand how the technology works?
We invite you to join us on Thursday, April 8th at 11:00 am PT to learn more about protecting your operations from targeted and harmful cyber-threats.
Cybercrime pays, and it’s only getting worse
Did you know that in the last 2 years, 53% of industrial manufacturers have experienced a cybersecurity breach in their facility? That equates to $11.7B in damages due to ransomware attacks, with attacks occurring roughly every 14 seconds. With cybersecurity breaches increasing over 11% in the past year, it’s critical to have a plan to protect your OT. Buckles-Smith, Claroty, and Rockwell Automation joined forces to help you manage cyber risk.
Why are Industrial Companies a target?
Legacy unpatched infrastructure and a lack of skilled resources to properly manage cyber risk. The adversaries know that these environments have many vulnerabilities and, if attacked, can mean major consequences for the infected.
Why are companies struggling to address Industrial Cybersecurity solutions?
Most industrial automation environments are poorly inventoried. If you don’t know what is connected in the environment, you cannot secure it.
Our webinar will discuss the first step of the cybersecurity journey – the Security Posture Survey available through Buckles-Smith Electric.
What is the Security Posture Survey?
A detailed point-in-time analysis provides information to a customer to assess and prioritize security risks identified on their ICS network. This is done through asset inventory, baseline network traffic, and abnormality detection.
- OT Network Hygiene Score
- Alert Types and Identification
- Critical Asset Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs)
- Public Address Ghost Assets
- Identifies Architectural Issues
“Cybersecurity market is anticipated to reach $300 billion by 2024” – 2019 Global Market Insights
“Cybercrime damage is expected to reach $6 trillion annually by 2021″ – 2019 ACR Cybersecurity Ventures
“Small to Medium Size businesses are targeted at 43% of all cyberattacks” – SCORE
“Ransomware attacks occur every 14 seconds” – 2019 Official Annual Cybercrime Report